Stanley Barsky is the Co-Leader of the firm's National Tax Group. Stan has extensive experience advising clients on federal income tax issues relating to mergers and acquisitions, and structuring inbound and outbound investments.
Stan also regularly advises clients on tax issues relating to consolidated returns, bankruptcies, accounting methods, deductibility of expenditures, tax treaty planning, tax equalization, repatriation of earnings, tax residency and pre-immigration tax planning, qualified small business stock, subchapter S rules, partnership tax rules, the rules impacting cannabis businesses, and other areas. In addition, he represents clients in tax audits.
Prior to joining the firm, Stan was a partner at a national law firm, where he advised clients on various areas of tax law, with a focus on transactional and international tax issues, and represented clients in federal and state tax audits.
Stan presents on various tax issues, including domestic and international tax planning and compliance. Recently, his presentations have focused heavily on the new tax rules in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. In addition, Stan has published articles on various tax issues with Tax Notes, Law360, and other publications.
- Tax Advisory Services
- Corporate Taxation
- Business Restructurings
- Tax Audit
- Tax Risk Mitigation
- Tax Rate Minimization
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- State & Local Taxation
Credentials & Education
- Vanderbilt University: BS, Philosophy
- University of Miami School of Law: JD, cum laude
- New York University School of Law: LLM, Taxation
- American Bar Association: Section of Taxation & Section of International Law
Insights from Stanley
Tax Court Holds that 1402(a)(13) Exclusion Does Not Automatically Apply to Limited Partners in State Limited PartnershipsRead More
Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) Reporting Requirements Begin January 1, 2024Read More
Proposed Regulations for Determining Proceeds, Basis, and Reporting Requirements for Digital AssetsRead More